NEW YORK, Nov 17 – Applied Biosystems said Friday it has obtained the exclusive license from the University of Washington to manufacture and commercialize the isotope coded affinity tagging reagents.

Applied Biosystems expects to start selling its first ICAT product in the first half of next year. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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